The Boston University women’s hockey team (8-15-2, 7-12-2 Hockey East) will look to continue rolling and gather momentum against Hockey East competitors with a split-opponent weekend at Wally B.
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The Boston University women’s hockey team (7-15-1, 6-12-1 Hockey East) took on the No. 13 Providence College Friars (17-8-2, 12-6-2) for the last time this regular season in a Tuesday night match.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (7-13-0, 6-10-0 Hockey East) headed to Matthews Arena this afternoon for a matinee matchup with the Northeastern University Huskies (18-2-1, 14-2-1 HE) where they were shut out 6-0.
The great outdoors welcomed the Boston University women’s hockey team (7-13-0, 6-10-0 Hockey East) Friday evening as they took the field against the Holy Cross Crusaders (3-18-1, 2-14-0 HE) at Fenway Park. The Crusaders got back in the win column for the first time since Oct. 8, defeating the Terriers 3-2 on the biggest stage of the regular season.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (6-8-0, 5-7-0 Hockey East) secured their first sweep of the season against the No. 12 University of Connecticut Huskies (10-6-2, 6-6-2 HE) following an impressive Friday night victory the day before.
By Gillian McMahon Despite a gutsy effort throughout the third period, the second game of the Battle of Comm. Ave did not result in a split for the Boston University Terriers (2-4-0, 1-3-0 Hockey East). The Boston College Eagles (5-2-1, 4-0-0 HE) came out of the gates flying with two […]
The Boston University women’s hockey team (1-0-0, 0-0-0 Hockey East) opened their season at Walter Brown Arena tonight with a 4-0 win against the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institution Engineers (0-3-0, 0-0-0 ECAC). The freshman class headlined the scoresheet in their first showing in scarlett and white.
The Boston University women’s hockey team began the season with a weekend sweep of the University of New Hampshire, but that would be one of their only two sweeps all season. After initial strong weekends against Northeastern, UNH, and Merrimack, the team struggled to stay consistent and productive for a majority of the year.
With just Maine goaltender Jorden Mattison standing between the Terriers and a victory, sophomore forward Lacey Martin squared to shoot. Martin found the back of the net and the Boston University women’s hockey team (12-13-5, 11-8-4 HE) defeated the University of Maine Blackbears (12-18-1, 10-13-1 HE) 3-2 in overtime.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (10-12-5, 9-7-4 Hockey East) is headed to Burlington this weekend for a series against the University of Vermont Catamounts (19-9-2, 16-6-1 HE). BU will look to get things going again after having only one regulation win in the last 10 games.